Attractively lensed and capably acted, DOUBLE EXPOSURE services a hopelessly muddled screenplay with fairly adroit direction. Like so many assembly-line neo-noirs, the film sacrifices character development to the demands of an overly complicated story line.
Business magnate Roger Putnam (Ian Buchanan) is convinced that his devoted wife Maria (Jennifer Gatti) has adulterous tendencies. He obsessively undermines her self-esteem, putting the kibosh on her pottery business and hiring a private detective to monitor her nocturnal activities. Mac McClure
(Ron Perlman) proves a poor choice for this surveillance job. Earlier, the alcoholic gumshoe botched a case, causi...